I like to push buttons on toys. It's one of my favorite things! Usually toys play music, or talk, or something pops up and makes a noise. That's why pushing buttons is so fun.
The other day I saw a button on a Lego train. Naturally I knew I needed to push it. Except this time it didn't play a song or talk to me... it MOVED. The train started to makes it way across the room. I did NOT like that. I wanted it to stay near me. But when Mom turned it around it came back and bonked me in the leg! I didn't like that either. It was scary! So I did the only thing I could think of. I tipped it over. There. Now it couldn't move and scare me!
I'm also learning how to use a fork! Check out this video that Daddy took of me:
I've been having a harder time sleeping lately, much to Mom's dismay. I wake up in the middle of night several times. And one night we decided to have a party!
Preston has been using some pretty grown up words lately. Daddy build a barn out of legos the other day and Preston mentioned that the top part of the barn, where the guy sits to drive the crane (yes, the barn had an awesome crane), is insulated. We aren't sure where he learned the word "insulated" but we think it had something to do with overhearing a conversation that John and I had.
He also used the word "Junction" to describe a place on the P&X where there are a lot of switches.
This morning as I was putting on my makeup Preston saw me use a blush brushed. He told me that I had to put make up on my cheeks so that I wouldn't get holes in my cheeks. I was a little confused, so I asked him what he meant. He said that Sid on "Sid the Science Kid" said that he had to brush his teeth so that he wouldn't get holes in his teeth. So naturally, brushing your cheeks would prevent you from getting holes in your cheeks! He asked me to put make up on Lukey's cheeks so that he wouldn't get holes either.
Preston likes to tell jokes now: